Simple, yet powerful. Learn how to use Congo and its features.
Special thanks to Katerina Limpitsouni for the excellent illustrations that are used throughout these docs!
Version 2 takes Congo to new heights, making the theme even more powerful while still maintaining its lightweight footprint.
Learn how to get up and running using Hugo and Congo from a completely blank state. It’s the best place to start if you’re a new user.
This section assumes you have already installed the Congo theme and are ready to start with basic configuration tasks like selecting a colour scheme, menu and content structure.
Discover all the site, language and theme configurations that are available in Congo and how they can be used to customise your project.
Congo provides a fully flexible homepage layout with built-in templates and the ability to provide your own.
While supporting most Hugo defaults, Congo adds a number of front matter parameters to customise the presentation of individual articles.
Congo includes several shortcodes for adding rich content to articles including images, charts, diagrams, buttons and more.
Partials are used to add special functionality to the theme including analytics, comments, favicons, custom scripts and more.
It’s time to bring everything together with some examples that demonstrate how content should be created and structured.
Congo supports advanced customisations that include modifying the underlying Tailwind configuration, building the theme manually and providing custom CSS.
Congo is designed to be flexible in almost any deployment scenario. Learn more about how to deploy your project to some common hosting platforms.